The Board Game: A Story of Hope and Inspiration for CEOs and Governing Boards

by William R. Mott, Ph.D.


This is the compelling, fictional account of David Andrews – a man unprepared for the complexity of the relationship he has with his Board of Trustees. He discovers he is no match for some of the misguided and mean-spirited individuals he encounters.

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  • Discover tools and skills to meet ongoing challenges when working with a volunteer board.
  • Develop the single most important relationship needed for organizational success.
  • Identify which board members have the best interest of the organization at heart.
  • Recognize the true leaders on the board who possess the skills to advance the organization.


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About the Author

William R. Mott, Ph.D., is a consultant, speaker, author, teacher and leader in the school and nonprofit world. Bill’s successful career includes being the head of two private schools, president of a small college, director of a historic house museum and director of development of a nationally recognized university. He currently serves as the coordinator of the master’s program in Independent School Leadership at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn. Bill earned his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Vanderbilt University and regularly consults with schools and NPOs regarding all aspects of board and governance issues. For more information about having the author speak to your organization or group, visit or

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